On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 02:50:40PM +0100, Daniel Silverstone wrote:
Several people have raised issues regarding the current
which is a fairly locked down instance of
nanoki. It's not terribly stable and it's hard to allow people access
As such, we need to migrate to a new wiki. There any many options out
there but unless someone has a really good reason for discounting the
three I will present herein, or a really good alternative option, then
we need to choose between these three.
I set up a Mediawiki at wikinetsurf.zamez.org
in the last few weeks as a trial
(talked to some of you on IRC about this). It works well and I think it has
the features we want (i.e. users, history, watches). I've copied some of the
pages from the old wiki to it but haven't had time to do it all.
2. Reachability (people have expressed concern over the reachability of
our svn in the past)
4. Relocatability (in case of hosting failure)
5. Maintainability (how many people have access to the underlying
instance - i.e. can SSH in and change config etc)
I'm happy to give anyone else SSH access if we go with this. It gets backed up
daily. As for 1 & 2 it's hosted at linode and they have been generally good.